By Brad Gill | September 18, 2018

TeenPact Visits Old Hudson Plantation

About 50 teenaged girls from all over the country recently visited Old Hudson Plantation in Sparta to get

By Brad Gill | September 13, 2018

There’s A Coyote In The Bedroom!

Dealing with coyotes out in the Georgia woods as they work on deer and turkey numbers is problematic

By Brad Gill | September 6, 2018

Turkey Poult Numbers Appear Strong

Although the information is anecdotal, some turkey hunters have hope for improved turkey populations during future spring seasons.

By GON Staff | September 5, 2018

Georgia Trappers Convention Is This Month

To learn how to trap effectively, the experience of folks who have been doing it is valuable. A

By Brad Gill | September 4, 2018

Wounded Warrior Retreat Hunt Dates Set

Wounded Warrior Retreats (WWR) will once again be hosting deer hunts at Come Away Plantation in Warren County.

By Brad Gill | September 4, 2018

Alex Warr Wins GON’s Youth Shoot-Out

Alex Warr, 16, of Blakely, won a $3,000 shopping spree after winning GON’s Youth Big-Buck Contest Shoot-Out on

By Brad Gill | August 30, 2018

New Gator Hunters Take 11-5 From Eufaula

Don Oates and Bruce Rucker, both of Lumpkin, made their first gator season a very difficult one to

By Brad Gill | August 29, 2018

17 Rattlesnakes Found Inside West Virginia Home

I’ve talked to a lot of hunters over the years, and it’s safe to say that a large

By Brad Gill | August 28, 2018

Gaither WMA Now Accepting Quota Hunt Applications

WMA deer hunters may want to consider cashing in some quota-hunt priority points for DNR’s newly acquired Gaither

By Daryl Kirby | August 28, 2018

Riley Huff Wins Shoot-Out

Sunday at the Outdoor Blast is Shoot-Out finals day, when our big-buck contest weekly winners compete for a